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  • RHS Project Celebration 1st Meeting   

     Project Celebration

    Attn: Senior Parents and Students 

    Tuesday January 24, 2017 

    7pm in the Omni Room


    There has been no committee organized to make Project Celebration happen after prom.  

    If we are going to make  it happen we need lots of help.  Please come and let’s see if  we can make it happen. 

    Hope to see you there!!

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  • GodSpell

    Richland High School’s Fine Arts Department will present the musical Godspell on Jan. 21st - 23rd. Show times are: Saturday, Jan. 21st at 7 p.m.; Sunday, Jan. 22nd at 2 p.m.; Monday, Jan. 23rd at 7 p.m. Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for students. Children four and under are free. For information, call 817-547-7058.


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  • Tryout packets are available for the 2017-2018 RHS Cheer Team! A mandatory parent and candidate meeting is on Tuesday, January 31st at 6pm in the RHS Omni Room. Please contact Justine Isbell for further information or questions.

    < Cheerleader Try-out Packet >



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  • Congratulations to Alyssa A., Richland High School Dixie Belle captain, for being selected to perform with a group at the Black Tie and Boots Inaugural Ball in Washington D.C. This event is sponsored by the Texas State Society of Washington D.C. Alyssa is one of only 25 Texas Dance Educators Association (TDEA) All-State dancers invited to perform at this prestigious event. 



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  • Football Banquet


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     Hall of Fame
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  • RHS crest and Rebel Man photo by Steve Hamm
    Rebel means ...
    Contrary to recent misrepresentation, the Confederate flag has not been a symbol of Richland High School for almost 25 years. As a parent so eloquently stated, “Rebels mean choosing your own path and defining your own future.” Richland Rebels stand up for what they believe, and they accept that being different is okay.
    Photo: The official Richland High School mascot . (Steve Hamm/Special Contributor)
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